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Ex-Haiti rebel leader wanted in US arrested during talk show - Houston Chronicle

6.1.17

Ex-Haiti rebel leader wanted in US arrested during talk show - Houston Chronicle: Guy Philippe was being interviewed on the show with another recently elected lawmaker when the host abruptly announced that police were outside the studio in the Petionville district of the capital to arrest him. The host came back on air and said authorities had taken him away.

Radio host Gary-Pierre Paul Charles later told The Associated Press the police were members of the Haitian anti-drug unit and fired shots into the air to disperse a crowd that had gathered.

"It was shocking. People were running everywhere," he told the AP.


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